The Trust Fund supports people and projects in various sectors: Basic, Higher and Further Education, Health, Livelihoods, Water and Sanitation. It works to enhance Protection and Social Cohesion. See an overview of the projects:
The Trust Fund works in Jordan, Lebanon and Iraq, as well as in Turkey,* Armenia, Egypt and some countries in the Western Balkans. See the EUTF projects platform for detailed information about all projects, including locations, results and reports. The platform also monitors how the projects help meet the Trust Fund´s Key Performance Indicators, described in the its Results Framework.
Lebanon - The EU Regional Trust Fund supports more than 45 projects in Lebanon. These projects are helping more than 4.7 million Syrians, Lebanese and Palestinians displaced from Syria, like our heroes in this mini documentary.
Jordan - The EU Regional Trust Fund supports 36 projects in Jordan. These projects are helping more than 600,000 Syrians, Jordanians and Palestinians displaced from Syria, like Mohamed and Sahar in this mini documentary.
Iraq - The EU Regional Trust Fund supports more than 25 projects in Iraq. These projects are helping more than 360,000 Syrians and Iraqis, like Sherine and Schakhwan in this mini documentary, to have a perspective and hope for a better future.
*All information about projects implemented in Turkey can be found here: EU Facility for Refugees in Turkey
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